Kale is one of the more polarizing things in life. Like cold weather, lipstick and exercise, you either love it or hate it.
Being in the healthier phase of my life, sans kool aid and little Debbie cakes, I have turned to all things green. Matcha, green juice, celery, zucchini, avocados and kale seem to be among the foods that I actually prefer to munch on.
I haven’t found a prepackaged kale chip that suits me. They seem to be coated or soggy. In search of something enjoyable, I started experimenting.
The recipe below can vary based upon what you sprinkle on top but I found to be enjoyable.
2 bunches fresh organic kale, washed, destemmed and torn into bite size pieces.
Dry with a paper towel
Place kale on top of wax paper (or parchment) coated with spray oil, then spray kale, with preferred oil. I like avocado or coconut spray.
Sprinkle seasoning of choice on top. My favorites are either Wild Tree rancher steak rub, garlic blend or onion blend.
Sprinkle what makes you enjoy it most. Dry seasonings work best so the cook time remains consistent.
Bake at 350 for ten minutes. The kale will shrink and harden but not burn. You can cool on the cookie sheet when done.
Best when consumed immediately. Otherwise, poke a whole in a ziplock so it can breath. If housed in a sealed storage bag it starts to lose crispness.